The use of AI in tabletop RPGs is a hot topic right now, Never Ending Dungeon earned its money ahead of this month’s passion and went all in. It creates adventures with maps to save GM time, and the adventures include NPCs, monsters, traps and loot.
Never Ending Dungeon isn’t just digital; it allows physical interaction and provides ways to print maps. You can also use their system (a NED VTT) or something like Foundry or Roll20.
The Steam page says it’ll need Windows 10, 2 GB of space, DirectX 11, 4 GM of RAM and a 64Bit processor as a minimum.
The IndieGoGo page says that the plan was to release Never Ending Dungeon in September, but the latest information I have is that the release date is now unconfirmed.
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